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Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture
Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture

End Violence Against Women And Girls March 5

On March 5th 2011, at 7pm, V‑Day South Lake Tahoe will present a one-night only benefit reading of Eve Ensler’s award winning play The Vagina Monologues at the Loft at the Blue Angel Cafe.

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Special Olympics Celebrity Winterfest March 4-6 at Diamond Peak

They are all winners. And incredible athletes.

Celebrity Winterfest®, a weekend-long high profile Special Olympics fundraiser event, will be held at Incline Village on March 4-6, 2011.

A highlight of this North Lake Tahoe event is the Polar Plungefest on March 6, 2011.

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WinterFest XVI March 6-13, 2011

Nevada Gay and Lesbian Visitor & Convention Bureau Presents the 16th Annual Lake Tahoe WinterFest Gay and Lesbian Ski Week® WinterFest XVI March 6-13, 2011.

Join the friendliest skiers from the United States and around the globe in South Lake Tahoe.

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Protecting the Watershed at Explore Tahoe March 10

Kim Gorman joins Robert Erlich from the City of South Lake Tahoe Stormwater Management Program to present “Protecting the Watershed.” Learn what the City is doing to protect Lake Tahoe on March 10, 2011 at Explore Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe.

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Almost, Maine at Lake Tahoe Community College March 11-20

The Lake Tahoe Community College Theatre Arts Department is proud to present the wildly successful off-Broadway hit, “Almost, Maine” March 11 through 20, 2011.

A delightful romantic comedy, a magical look at relationships of the heart, this story of a town and its people will leave you spent from laughter and thoroughly warmed from the inside out.

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Mamasake Extreme Food Challenge March 4 at Village at Squaw

MAMASAKE – an exclamation used for extreme feelings of joy or in times of challenge.

Extreme Food Challenge  taking place March 5, 2010 from 4pm to 6pm.

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International Women’s Day Panel on Education March 8

All you ladies, and you men who love ladies, are invited to the International Women’s Day Panel on Education on March 8th, hosted by Tahoe Women’s Services in Incline Village.

A distinguished panel of key local and international figures will discuss the importance of education of girls and its role in prevention of many social ailments, including poverty.

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Tahoe Youth Ballet Spring Repertory Season March 11-12

Tahoe Youth Ballet presents its third annual repertory season featuring local and guest artists in the beloved Frank Sinatra Showroom in the Cal Neva Lodge on March 11-12, 2011.

The program will feature guest artists Peter Snow, formerly with Los Angeles Ballet and Lauren Toole of NYC’s New Chamber Ballet alongside seven of Tahoe’s finest young dancers.

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Dummy Downhill at Mt. Rose March 12

Bring out your best dummy – no live people please – to Mt. Rose on March 12, 2011 starting high noon.

Receive 2 FREE lift tickets with your entry in the Dummy Downhill.  Prohibited – Engine blocks, appliances, tires, glass, hazardous materials, firearms, etc.

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Inaugural Nordic SuperTour Sprint at Northstar March 18

Already host to a variety of nordic events, the Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort Cross-Country Ski, Telemark & Snowshoe Center is gearing up to welcome its inaugural Nordic SuperTour Sprint event on Friday, March 18, 2011.

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“What Jesus Believed and Taught” Seminar March 19

There exists a sharp difference between Jesus’ teaching of unconditional loving kindness and acceptance in comparison to a gospel of exclusiveness and condemnation. “What Jesus Believed and Taught” by Rocco Errico, Bible scholar and teacher, presents fresh insight on subjects that have long confused students of Scripture.

The seminar takes place Saturday, March 19th, 10:00AM-3:00PM at For Goodness Sake in Truckee.

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2010 TRPA Best in the Basin Awards

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) 2010 Best in the Basin Awards recognize projects demonstrating exceptional planning, design, and compatibility with the Lake Tahoe environment.

It’s the 21st year for these coveted awards that showcase local community efforts to protect and restore our fragile watershed.  The before and after transformations are truly impressive.

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Jim Hildinger Black & White Photos to Benefit LTCC Haldan Art Gallery March 17-19

Opening Thursday, March 17, 2011 in Lake Tahoe Community College’s Haldan Art Gallery is a solo exhibition titled, “Lake Tahoe, Jewel of the Sierra, Auction and Benefit Reception”. This exhibition and silent auction features the black and white photography of Jim Hildinger, a longtime resident of the Lake Tahoe basin.  read more →

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R.A.T.S. and Polebanger Races at Heavenly Feb 16

What are you doing Wednesdays from noon to 2pm?

You’re competing in the RATS races on World Cup at Heavenly that’s what.  It’s a tradition that celebrates Tahoe ski culture. The town league racing series starts February 16, 2011.

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North Tahoe Jazz Band 1940s Night Feb 11

Help North Tahoe High get to their “Goodwill Tour” this spring while you dance to jazz music from the 1940s on February 11 at Granlibakken Resort.

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Gung Hay Fat Choy Feb 3 with Rainbow Bridge

Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year!

Enjoy the beginning of the year of the Rabbit on February 3, 2011 with Sharon Freewoman of the Rainbow Bridge at Squaw Valley.

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An Evening of Voice and Song with the Tahoe Arts Project February 4

Tahoe Arts Project is hosting international opera singers Annalisa Winberg and Roy Stevens on Friday, February 4th at 7:00 at the Lake Tahoe Community College Duke Theater. Joining them on stage will be the South Lake Tahoe Children’s Choral Society; Blue Ribbon Choir and Tahoe Belles. This is not your traditional “Opera” performance, but an evening of voice and song.

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Rowie spotlighted at Tahoe Comedy North show Feb 8

Tahoe Comedy North presents its second show of 2011 at the Crystal Bay Casino Crown Room in Crystal Bay, NV on February 8th. Doors open at 7:00 and show starts at 8:00.

Local comedian Rowie will be taking the guest spot for the evening.

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The Buddhist Path of Awakening with Noah Levine Feb 10

Once an angry young man, he has learned how to transform that energy through the practice of Buddhism to awaken his natural wisdom and compassion.

Meet Noah Levine, Author, Buddhist Teacher and Counselor in Truckee on February 10th from 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm for a free evening of meditation and teachings.

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Corey Rich Adventure Photographer Entrepreneur

After nearly 20 years spent focused on documenting adventure, his love for photographing the exploration of wild places has only continued to burn.

Meet Corey Rich of South Lake Tahoe.

Adventure Photographer. Mountaineer. Entrepreneur.

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